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Mar 30, 2016

Greg Lovell is Suspended from Cycling

Gregory Lovell

The Results Management Authority of the Regional Anti-Doping Organisation has confirmed that well-known cyclist Gregory Lovell has tested positive for the In-competition prohibited substance Dexamethasone a Glucocorticoid steroid. The test was administered by the National Anti-Doping Organisation of Belize (NADO) in connection with the twenty-sixth Annual New Year’s Day KREM Cycling Classic. After two hearings held this month, a two-year sanction has been imposed on Lovell with effect from March tenth, 2016. Lovell is one of the best sprinters and could not compete in the Holy Saturday Cross Country Cycling Race. Also suspended is Byron Pope, who also tested positive for prohibited substances.

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3 Responses for “Greg Lovell is Suspended from Cycling”

  1. lucas says:

    no surprise

  2. David P says:

    can we have more on this story, please? at least find out what Greg has to say about this infraction and if he has any explanation. He at least owes that much to his fans. What prohibited substance did Byron Pope test positive for?

  3. David P says:

    Dexamethasone is not a performance-enhancing drug but a type of steroid medication with anti-inflammatory effects that is usually used to aid an athlete’s rehabilitation.

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